An invite-only event took place at Jackson’s Adventure Crossing project on Wednesday afternoon to celebrate the men and women who have brought its mammoth indoor sports complex, Topracer Range, and Topgolf Swing Suites from vision to reality.
The complex is in a sprawling facility packed with stuff to do, including virtual games, axe throwing, an indoor golf range that can be converted into sports fields or event venue, a restaurant, and even an exclusively kosher kitchen.
Among the attendees at the event was the man behind Adventure Crossing, Vito Cardinale, as well as developer Randy Johnson, former gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli, Jackson Mayor Mike Reina, Jackson Jewish Community Council members Tzvi Herman and Uri Davidi, and Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce CEO Duvi Honig, who sits on the Adventure Crossing advisory board.
Once fully completed, Adventure Crossing will have an indoor water park, a surf park, a bowling alley, indoor and outdoor sports fields, an events center, and much more.
The indoor sports complex is tentatively set to open on January 21st.